St. Paul's School MinEvent. Photo by Liza Voll 2015
We begin with a conversation to learn more about your school, your dancers, and your objectives, and to share more information about our licensing program.
University of North Carolina School of the Arts in Sounddance. Photo by Rosalie O'Connor 2015
Choosing a Dance
We work together to identify the right dance for your school, taking into consideration factors such as duration, cast size, technical level, and production requirements.
Boston Conservatory MinEvent. Photo by Liza Voll 2015
Designing a Project
Once a dance is selected, we will assign a stager, establish a schedule, determine a budget, and provide detailed information about set, costumes, lighting and music.
Boston Conservatory in HTPKFR. Photo by Jim Coleman 2018
“Staging How to Pass, Kick, Fall and Run at Boston Conservatory was such a joyful experience. How To is a very task-oriented dance, with moments of play dependent on timings between dancers. The piece came together beautifully, each cast dancing with integrity and buoyancy.”
Boston Conservatory - How to Pass, Kick, Fall and Run
Changing Steps rehearsal. Photo by James Klosty 1973
“Watching Interlochen dancers become more mature and more confident as a result of performing Merce’s work reminded me, once more, of why it needs to be kept alive - it is such a tool for growth, inside the studio and out. ”